The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is a cellular smartphone that was released in October 2014. The Galaxy Note 4 Model Number is SM-N910, SM-N910A, SM-N910T, SM-N910V, or SM-N910R4 for American variants.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Rear inside pinouts

Hi,

My note-4 has a number of pins under the back cover.

I believe that three of these are for wireless charging of the battery (according to the pinouts of aftermarket charging pads I have seen).

However the Note-4 has 9 pins on the rear. I am wondering what the remaining 6 pins are used for?

What I am wanting to do is attach an external aerial. I have been told that the RF sockets should not be used as they are likely to leave the phone unusable. I am wondering if these 6 pins possibly map to the three aerials inside the phone. Ideally I am looking for an answer on what the pins actually are connected too.

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some of them r used for the LED view flip cover, to connect power and data to the flip cover, it uses 6 pins

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I'm planning on finding this out, since I could use it to connect my headphone amp. My plan is to try to connect those pins with a keyboard. My guess is that the five pins to the left of the battery are just another micro-USB. If I don't fuse them to any external power source nothing should happen, right?

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